Once upon the seas

A series of poems related to the sea

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6. Kelp

 

Kelp...

KELP!

KELP ME!

 

 

 

In the lushest forest beneath the surface cerulean,

Where trees are none, yet towers of green exist,

By the magnificent sunken Spanish galleon,

 

There is a cave, truly massive, covered by mist,

An ever changing mist, from color to color, a chameleon.

In that cave, I was forcefully grabbed and pulled by my wrist.

 

An unknown species resides there, its society Orwellian,

they bound me, tortured me, and made my arms twist,

The creatures, with their skin ragged and reptilian,

 

Study me, locked, I need kelp, I insist

 

 

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